about PTSD in childhood Trauma

2 1/2 pages scientific 2 1/2 pages mathematical 

Compose a brief and focused paper which explains and describes your healthcare issue/topic from a scientific and/or mathematical/analytical perspective of inquiry. 

Your paper must be 5  pages in length and reference 4 scholarly, peer-reviewed resources. Be sure to follow APA formatting standards (spacing, font, headers, titles, abstracts, page numbering, etc.) as you demonstrate informative, explanatory, descriptive writing. Use the provided tem=9oplate.

  • Address your general topic by forming and answering two levels of research questions, developed to provide specific and detailed inquiry, discovery and understanding:     
    • Choose a “Level 1 Research Question/ Writing Prompt” from either or both of the lists below to answer in the paper.
    • Compose a “Level 2 Research Question/ Writing Prompt” that provides detail, specificity, and focus to your inquiry, research and writing 
  • State your research questions in the introduction of your paper.
  • Form the body of your paper by answering each research question, using references to the resources found in your research.
  • Review the process and the resulting understandings in the conclusion of the paper (briefly review the issues, research questions, answers, and insights.)

Level 1 Research Questions/Writing Prompts
SCIENTIFIC Perspective of Inquiry

Which body systems are affected?

 level II Research Question

    How does PTSD effect the body? and what are the symptoms of PTSD? 

Level 1 Research Questions/Writing Prompts
MATHEMATICAL/ANALYTICAL Perspective of Inquiry

What are the statistical facts related to the issue?

Level II Research Questions/Writing Prompts MATHEMATICAL/ANALYTICAL Perspective of Inquiry 

   What would be the statistical cost of treating PTSD?

Running head: TITLE OF PAPER 1

TITLE OF PAPER 6

Title of the Paper

Your Name

Name of University

Abstract

The abstract is set on a separate page, by itself. Notice that the word “Abstract” is the title of the abstract page, with no additional text and no additional formatting. Abstracts have unique indentation rules in APA papers, using a block or “no indentation” structure, as in this example. However, as formatted below, the concluding “Keywords” addition is indented (and italicized). Because an abstract should be a succinct and concise statement of main points of the paper, the American Psychological Association (APA) recommends composing your abstract after concluding all other sections of your paper so that you can be sure to cover key points within the abstract. An abstract is usually at least 150 words, and no more than 250 words, in length. At the conclusion of the abstract, after any keywords you decide to include, you should add a “page break” and begin your paper on the next, full page. This abstract is now concluded, using exactly 160 words.

Keywords: abstract, APA, rules, guidelines

Title of the Paper

Indent each paragraph using the “tab” key. Do not enter any extra spaces between paragraphs, between references, or after a title. Everything is already double spaced in this template, so no extra spaces are necessary. Remember to include a citation with any sentence that takes information from a source. A period always goes after the citation, not before. If the sentence is a paraphrase, it needs a citation at the end, like this (Smith & Jones, 2009). If the next sentence is also a paraphrase, it needs a citation as well, even if it comes from the same source (Smith & Jones, 2009). However, it is best to avoid writing back-to-back paraphrases.

If a sentence includes an exact or direct quote, “those words need to be surrounded by quotation marks,” and there must be a citation at the end of the sentence that includes the page number where those words were found (Williams, 2011, p. 23). If the source is a website and has no page numbers, include the paragraph number instead, like so (World Health Organization, 2010, para. 4). Note that in the previous citation, the author is the name of the organization. The name of the organization, institution, or agency responsible for the content is used in place of the author if no author is listed. Lastly, if there is no year provided for your source, use “n.d.,” meaning “no date,” like this (Center for Disease Control, n.d.).

This is the second paragraph of the introduction of your final paper. It is likely that you will use two or three paragraphs to introduce your final paper. Remember, when using this template, replace all of this explanatory text with your own work. And, as always, make sure to convert the basic elements of the template and don’t forget to personalize every element (such as the title in all caps in the header). Now that this paragraph is concluding, the next section of the paper will be introduced by a Level 1 heading in APA format. One interesting thing to note about this is that the title of your paper, which is at the top of page 3, is not emboldened, but all Level 1 headings (below) are set in bold text.

This Level 1 Heading should be the Title of your First Paper

This is the first paragraph from your first paper, the paper which you have selected to include as the first of four, arranged and ordered in this final paper to support your final conclusion and discussion of the solution to your topic/health care issue. Notice that the Level 1 heading, above, will actually be the title of your first paper, adapted or revised as you think best for this final paper. You should copy and paste the text of your first paper here. However, do not copy and paste the references from your first paper here. The incorporation of references from your four short papers is handled a bit differently, as explained in the next paragraph.

At the end of this template you will find the references page. References always belong on a separate page at the end of your paper. Make sure that the word “References” is at the very top of that page, formed exactly like that, with the capital “R” and without any other mark ups. Do not use “Bibliography” or “Works Cited.” When using this template, if you begin typing one of your own references in between two of the sample ones below, the correct indentations will be applied automatically. If you copy and paste a reference, make sure to right click and hit “merge formatting” under the paste options so that it maintains the formatting of this document. And don’t forget, once you have added all your references, delete the sample ones. Use the APA Quick Guide to determine what you need to include for each reference and when to capitalize or italicize.

Because this final paper is a composite of your first four papers, you will combine the references from those papers into one reference list in this final paper. As a result, you will copy and paste the references onto the final page of this paper, re-arranging them in alphabetical order as necessary.

This Level 1 Heading should be the Title of your Second Paper

This is the first paragraph from your second paper, the paper which you have selected to include as the second of four, arranged and ordered in this final paper to support your final conclusion and discussion of the solution to your topic/health care issue. Notice that the Level 1 heading, above, will actually be the title of your second paper, adapted or revised as you think best for this final paper. You should copy and paste the text of your second paper here. However, do not copy and paste the references from your second paper here. The incorporation of references from your four short papers is handled a bit differently, as explained above.

This Level 1 Heading should be the Title of your Third Paper

This is the first paragraph from your third paper, the paper which you have selected to include as the third of four, arranged and ordered in this final paper to support your final conclusion and discussion of the solution to your topic/health care issue. Notice that the Level 1 heading, above, will actually be the title of your third paper, adapted or revised as you think best for this final paper. You should copy and paste the text of your third paper here. However, do not copy and paste the references from your third paper here. The incorporation of references from your four short papers is handled a bit differently, as explained above.

This Level 1 Heading should be the Title of your Fourth Paper

This is the first paragraph from your fourth paper, the paper which you have selected to include as the fourth of four, arranged and ordered in this final paper to support your final conclusion and discussion of the solution to your topic/health care issue. Notice that the Level 1 heading, above, will actually be the title of your fourth paper, adapted or revised as you think best for this final paper. You should copy and paste the text of your fourth paper here. However, do not copy and paste the references from your fourth paper here. The incorporation of references from your four short papers is handled a bit differently, as explained above.

This Level 1 Heading should be the Title of your Conclusory Section

This is the conclusion of your paper, new material which you write and compose for this final paper which is not copied or pasted from your previously completed short papers. You should announce the conclusion with a Level 1 heading, as noted above, that offers a description of what your solution will be. You may (and should) include citations to new reference material in your solution, resources that are different from those used in your four, short, perspectives papers, and which help you defend the solution you propose to the health care issue.

Your concluding section should be substantial in length, recalling the main points or most important insights you have presented in the main section of this final paper, using those main points as evidence of and support for your solution. You should not reference the solutions of your team mates in this paper. This is your conclusion, with your insights, and your defensible solution to the issue based on the particular lessons you learned in researching and writing the first four papers.

A Level 2 Heading Example that may be Employed in your Paper

This is a section of your paper that can be organized and presented in any of the previous sections, and may also be used here in the conclusion of your paper. You can see that the Level 2 heading is different from the Level 1 heading in only one way; it is set flush left on the page. Still, it is set in bold text with upper- and lowercase letters. Remember that a rule of thumb is that you only use a new “level” of headings if you will have at least two sections under that level of organization. So, if you use a Level 2 heading in any section of this paper, you must use a second Level 2 heading within that same section.

A Second Articulation of a Level 2 Heading Example that may be Employed in your Paper

This is a section of your paper is the second of a Level 2 heading area. It is an example of what you must have if you use a Level 2 heading, that is, more than once section of that type. Remember, you are not required to use Level 2 headings. They are on option you can employ if you have organizational purposes and reasons for doing so.

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